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Martin G. Weinberg, a highly respected attorney based in Boston, specializes in skillfully representing individuals and corporations charged with complex federal and state white-collar crimes. With a wealth of experience representing clients in both federal and state courts, including appearances before the U.S. Supreme Court, he provides seasoned legal representation for the most intricate and challenging matters. Entrusting your case to Marty Weinberg ensures the support of a knowledgeable advocate who comprehensively understands the complexities of the legal system and can expertly guide you through your legal proceedings.

Martin Weinberg provides sound legal counsel for a variety of federal and state white-collar cases, including:

If you’re facing a criminal investigation or charges, don’t hesitate to contact Marty Weinberg to begin crafting your defense. He will meticulously examine every aspect of your case, ensuring your rights are respected throughout the investigation and remain protected throughout the entire legal process.

Ready to discuss your case with our seasoned lawyer? Call us at 617-227-3700 today.

What Is the Difference Between a Federal & White Collar Crime?

Generally, a white collar crime is a non-violent offense that is carried out for financial gain. They are often committed against businesses and typically by someone entrusted with the company’s assets. Depending on the circumstances, white collar crimes could be handled at the state or federal level, or both.

In the U.S., both states and the federal government have enacted laws concerning prohibited behavior. Some criminal offenses are handled at the state level; others at the federal level. In some cases, they can be handled at both. But when is a crime considered a federal matter?

Typically, a federal crime is one that is committed on U.S. government property or crosses state lines. In many fraud cases, such as money counterfeiting, the federal government has jurisdiction.

Federal crimes are enforced and investigated by well-known agencies such as the FBI or IRS. They are prosecuted by a U.S. Attorney and tried in federal courts. Often, the conviction penalties are harsher than those imposed for crimes pursued at the state level.

White collar crimes generally involve some form of deceit to obtain financial gain. Since white collar crimes can be charged as both state and federal crimes, not only does a conviction result in a lengthy prison sentence, steep fines, and restitution, but also a criminal record that can damage professional reputations and limit future opportunities. When facing such serious criminal charges, you need an experienced lawyer who has handled complex white collar crime cases.

Attorney Martin G. Weinberg has decades of experience handling hundreds of white collar crimes. He is considered one of the best nationally recognized attorneys for industry leaders, from public officials and corporate executives to health care executives and many more. Attorney Weinberg has represented clients in more than 20 federal district courts, eight U.S. Courts of Appeals, and even the U.S. Supreme Court.

Do not hesitate to let an experienced Boston white collar crime attorney protect your rights, reputation, and freedom. Contact the firm today at 617-227-3700 for an initial consultation.

Attorney Weinberg can thoroughly investigate your case, obtain and analyze evidence, and develop an aggressive and personalized defense strategy to either get your charges/penalties significantly reduced or your entire case dismissed. Let one of the nation’s most experienced and successful trial lawyers represent you immediately.

No matter what type of charge you’re facing, you can trust Martin G. Weinberg to provide effective and responsive legal representation from start to finish. Attorney Weinberg is ready to help you obtain the most favorable outcome in your case.

Contact Martin G. Weinberg, Attorney at Law Today

If you’re being investigated or have been charged with a federal or white collar crime, it’s imperative that you contact a skilled criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Federal and/or state prosecutors aggressively pursue these matters, and, if you’re convicted, you could be looking at years of prison time and substantial fines. The accusations alone can ruin your reputation, and a guilty verdict can make it challenging for you to live your life as you once did – even after you have served your sentence.

Martin G. Weinberg knows how serious a federal or white collar crime charge is and how the matter can impact your entire life. That is why he is committed to providing fierce legal representation from the start of your case until its resolution. With decades of legal experience, both as a trial and appellate attorney, he knows how to build effective defenses to fight your charges.

Highly Revered & Recommended

Marty is a lawyer’s lawyer – an unparalleled legal technician with a philosopher’s vision. Marty sees the nuances in the shadows in the edges of the furthest reaches of the law and brings it all back to first principles and fundamental values.

NACDL Past President Martín Sabelli

Some lawyers have been gifted with extraordinary intellects, others prodigious trial skills, and still others a relentless work ethic. Marty has the rare combination of all three, and that is what truly sets him apart within the defense bar.

Robert M. Goldstein

Marty is the go-to lawyer for those with complex legal and trial issues – there is no one better. Most importantly, he is an all-around terrific person.

NACDL Past President Gerald Lefcourt

Whether it was his surgical cross-examination of co-defendant-turned cooperating-witness Joseph Lally or his home run closing argument, the Boston lawyer established that the evidence against Vitale simply was not there.

David Frank, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

God forbid I ever have a problem, he’d be my lawyer.

David Chesnoff

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